Women in technology: Betty Snyder Holberton

Since the beginning of time, women have been relegated to second place, overshadowed by men and not given credit for their achievements, as may be the case of Rosalind Franklin or Margaret Hamilton, among others. Therefore, in this new Women in Technology article we present the story of Betty Snyder Holberton, one of the six […]

Women in technology: Kimberly Bryant

  According to a study by the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, women are less likely to choose careers in computer science and engineering, despite the fact that women now earn half of all undergraduate and doctoral degrees. On the other hand, women scientists and engineers still receive lower salaries than their male […]

#WeareCommitment: SDG 2030, promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all

    In recent years, much of the economic development of first-world countries has been based on advances in technology. In all sectors, from the primary sector to the service sector or tourism, they have been forced to modernize their systems to overcome a development ceiling and continue offering their services in an optimal and […]

Towards a universal, self-sovereign and privacy preserving digital identity for the public sector

The digitalisation of public administration services is nowadays an essential part of the Digital Single Market strategy to improve the access to goods and services across Europe for both citizens and businesses. In many cases, access to specific public services requires secure and trustful identification and management of the so called ‘digital identities’. Traditionally, digital […]